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Therapists in Eugene

James M Pratt, Psychologist  in Eugene
“The first goal I have is to KNOW and UNDERSTAND you and the problem you've brought to resolve. Once I am clear about who you are and what you want help with we work together to solve the problem in the quickest and wisest way possible. Having worked with patients for many years, I have a huge catalog of problem solving methods that succeed.
(209) 364-3249
Eugene, Oregon 97404
Monica J Olsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you experiencing less satisfaction in your relationships with family and friends? Are your thoughts about yourself and others creating feelings of stress or sadness? Perhaps you are looking to achieve a more rewarding, peaceful life for your self. Sometimes taking care of yourself means reaching out for the help you need. You can create a more joyful life. Call me for a telephone consultation. There is no cost for this benefit. Your happiness does matter.
(520) 829-1692
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Benjamin J Luskin,   in Eugene
“I offer an innovative, client-led approach to personal development and lifestyle enhancement. I assist clients in identifying, developing, and harnessing their personal strengths, clarifying their aspirations, and realizing their goals. Along the way, their capacities for self-confidence, awareness, responsibility, and self-control increase, enabling them to better lead their lives in desired directions. In later stages of our work together, I assist clients in building balanced lifestyles that feature both recreation and work, receiving as well as giving. Successes are magnified and stresses made lighter as a result.
(541) 412-6324
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Solutions Therapy Consulting and Training, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“Teresa Kintigh, LMFT and Lee Anne Wichmann, LMFT have over 40 years of combined experienced working with families, couples, children, teens and adults. We both have a particular passion for helping families with young children navigate the challenges of childhood. Our training and experience in the areas of trauma and attachment guide our work with families and individuals across the lifespan.Our years working with a non-profit has instilled the importance and value of collaboration with community partners.
(541) 516-1356
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Teresa Kintigh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have enjoyed my work with children, families, couples and individuals, especially young children and their parent(s). I believe that parents are the greatest resource for their children throughout their lives and as such, sometimes need additional information and support themselves. I am a collaborative and respectful therapist who values compassion, understanding and openness. My work is guided by attachment and trauma informed methods and an understanding of how individuals are impacted by the environments and experiences they are exposed to.
(541) 526-7648
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Alan Zundel, Counselor  in Eugene
“Whether you seek freedom from psychological suffering, greater clarity on important problems and decisions in your life, or growth toward your highest potential as a spiritual being, it would be an honor for me to assist you in your journey. My goal as your counselor would be to serve you with empathy and honesty, not judgment. I often teach clients mindfulness and meditation practices that I have used myself for many years and which are increasingly being accepted as important therapeutic tools for a variety of types of counseling clients.
(541) 402-4371
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Jeni Hinton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I love working with people of all ages and backgrounds. Especially those individuals who are hoping to experience the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for self-discovery and self-acceptance. This could be within the depths of depression, severe anxiety, grief and loss, chronic illness or a life transition. I believe that a significant amount of personal growth can occur when an individual is given a safe space to explore their emotions and a supportive guide to assist them in navigating through them.
(541) 392-4426
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Chaunce Windle, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Although I am a generalist by training, I especially enjoy helping people overcome their struggles with food and body image, depression, anxiety, trauma, and cultural identity development (e.g., sexual orientation, race, ability status, etc.). I also enjoy helping people enhance their relationships through couples and group therapy. My intention is for you to leave our sessions feeling validated, accepted, and prepared to face your struggles with new insights and increased confidence. My style is active, meaning that I balance listening and empathic support with gentle challenges, exercises, and ideas for maintaining your therapeutic growth outside of our weekly sessions.
(541) 516-1654
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Rosemarie Eisenberg,   in Eugene
“What we think really matters! Whether our beliefs move us forward, or hold us back, is what hypnosis is all about. So much of what we believe about ourselves is stored in our subconscious minds and may be based on false or out dated beliefs. I love working with hypnosis because it helps you to let go of self limiting beliefs and to tap into your own unique strengths and capabilities. It empowers you by enhancing confidence in your ability to make positive changes, to take on life's challenges and to create a more prosperous, healthy and satisfying life.
(541) 526-7711
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Bree McKenzie, Counselor  in Eugene
“If you are struggling with grief, anxiety or feelings of meaninglessness due to recent or on-going circumstances feel free to contact me. I love helping people feel better, create balance, increase self awareness and self confidence, improve health, and open to more wealth and contentment in their lives. The issue I have worked with more than anything else is teaching people (collaboratively) how to take care of themselves. Our self care and self awareness directly affects our health (mental, physical and spiritual) and our quality of life. It also correlates with our ability to cope with life's challenges.
(541) 716-6075
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Nancy J Fletcher, Counselor  in Eugene
“My role as therapist is to assist people to know their own innate goodness and inner peace. The specialty of my 30+-year therapy practice has been the resolution of painful relationships, including those from childhood. For example, I have considerable experience helping women to recover from the effects of childhood sexual abuse. I also have experience with and enjoy helping individuals interested in personal growth, resolving issues of grief, depression, and/or anxiety, and exploring spirituality, and with couples who want to improve or enhance their relationship.
(541) 362-8218
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ericka Souders, Counselor  in Eugene
“Exploring one's inner world is the greatest adventure and privilege in this life. Therapy is like exploring the wilderness, with all the twists, turns, discoveries, and joys that accompany adventures. When a solid therapeutic relationship is established, the therapist is like the compass who offers direction and a good pair of shoes for comfort. I've joined many courageous individuals for over a decade as they work through challenges related to depression, anxiety, relationships, substance abuse, grief and loss, life transitions, and spiritual growth. My approach is holistic, strengths-based, and client-centered.
(541) 357-8282
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Scott H Smith, Counselor  in Eugene
“I am committed to working with my clients to help them break free from the negative impact depression, anxiety, and trauma have on their lives. I am convinced that identifying an individual's strengths and appreciating areas of vulnerability helps create a well-balanced, healthy individual. I appreciate the importance of mind, body, and spirit and how each contribute to our overall mental health. I take an eclectic approach to working with my clients as "one size does not fit all." I work with my clients to identify their goals and create a plan to help achieve them.
(541) 205-7618
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Rachelle Cornelius, Counselor  in Eugene
“I offer a creative approach to therapy for people who are looking to find meaning and depth in their lives whether it is through the opportunities or challenges of life such as with spiritual emergence or exploration, environmental concern, chronic illness, life transitions or goals. My approach is intuitive, integrative with all aspects of life and is heart, soul, and body based.
(541) 233-0260
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Anita N Browning, Counselor  in Eugene
“My approach is strengths-based, positive and non-judgmental. Together, we create an environment of safety and trust that is essential for exploring challenging issues. Offering guidance and support, my focus is to empower individuals and couples to increase harmony in their relationships and to develop an attitude of loving kindness toward themselves. My intention is to raise awareness of the impact of our thoughts on our feelings in order to awaken the power within each person to reduce negative thinking and increase health and well-being. A specialty is individual personal psychotherapy.
(541) 238-2107
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, LPA, LPC
“The main focus of my practice is addressing the mental health needs of male clients (boys and young men to elders). I am particularly skilled in assisting males address issues that arise around transitional periods of life. For example, these are the challenges of adolescence, adjusting and coping with college and career issues, preparation and adjusting to retirement. I am skilled in helping individuals manage depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Additionally, I am highly experienced in assisting clients manage substance and technology addictions. Working with boys and men who have anger management challenges is another area of my expertise.
(541) 516-6095
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Robin Grace, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Difficulties with transitions and relational issues with family, friends, co-workers, lovers and self, inspire people to consult a therapist. Some struggle with loss while others are afraid to risk, for fear of losing love. In therapy we hope to expand one's capacity to be reflective vs. reactive, which is essential for dealing with emotional and physical pain. I welcome individuals and couples. My practice attracts people interested in developing creativity, professional success and fulfilling relationships.
(541) 639-4291
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ayelet Amittay, Psychiatric Nurse  in Eugene
“Psychological wellness is affected by our physical health, our nutrition and activity levels, our relationships, and our narratives of our own lives. My practice is founded on the belief that thoughtful and comprehensive psychiatric care should address each of these areas. By working together in a therapeutic relationship, we can create changes toward holistic health and well-being-- changes that are both sustainable and empowering. I provide medication management for children, and therapy and medication management (or a combination) for adults and older adolescents. My specialty areas include stress, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, and trauma.
(541) 249-4542
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Peter A Powers, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My focus is first to fully understand an individual client's, family, or couples perspective/world view and respectfully work with them toward a more meaningful and functional life. People do the best they can and often need better skills to be more effective in the world. Treatments focus on specific, measurable, indicators of change using research-based based interventions. As an invited guest of the individual, couple, or family my aim is to actively help, then end treatment once objectives are reached using short term (weekly/every other week 6-20 session) and maintenance (monthly/quarterly) scheduling.
(541) 368-7450
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Stuart E. Silberman, Psy.D., LLC, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My practice is built around providing individual therapy and EEG Neurofeedback to adults and adolescents. I believe that therapy can be tremendously beneficial in many ways, but particularly in offering an opportunity to look at life experiences and difficulties within an environment that emphasizes a strong, appropriate, and trusting relationship between client and therapist. I provide psychological assessment of difficult to treat cases for diagnostic clarification to ensure the treatment provided adequately target the issues presented.
(541) 372-6011
Eugene, Oregon 97401

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